Thanks! I knew it was going to be something simple ... I blame end of week 
exhaustion!

On Friday, April 18, 2014 2:40:14 PM UTC-4, Feng Xiao wrote:
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> On Fri, Apr 18, 2014 at 11:28 AM, Justin <jsca...@gmail.com 
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>> I assume there is a simple answer to this, but I'm having trouble finding 
>> it and my searches for similar questions have come up empty ... Perhaps it 
>> being Friday afternoon is also reducing my ability to solve this :)
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>> I want to be able to use C++11 range-based for loops on a repeated field 
>> in my message, but I can't seem to get it to compile properly. This is true 
>> for mutable and const references.
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>> So, for example:
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>> for (message_item &curr_message : data.mutable_message_item())
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> Try: 
> for (message_item &curr_message : ***data.mutable_message_item())
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>> does not work, nor can I do so without the mutable, but I would think it 
>> should. 
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>> Is this because RepeatedField does not support the appropriate operators?
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